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New Zealand – Over The Top adds new H130 to fleet

New Zealand – Over The Top adds new H130 to fleet

Pioneering helicopter company Over The Top has a new state-of-the-art environmentally friendly helicopter. See Full Story.

Source: Voxy, 26-Jun-15

19-Feb-15 ZK-IPY Robinson R44 Queenstown, New Zealand (2F)

Fatalities named in the press as Stephen Anthony Nicholson Combe, aged 42, of Wanaka, and James Louis Patterson Gardner, aged 18, of Queenstown

19-Feb-15

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Eight NZ operators join to launch National Helicopter Pass

Seeing New Zealand from above is a one of the best ways to view its stunning scenery and New Zealand has a superb range of scenic flights available nationwide. A group of like minded helicopter tourism operators have worked together to form a Nationwide Helicopter Experience Pass. Initiated and managed by the team at Heliview Flights in… Read more »

Source: Salt AIr, 06-Dec-13

It’s an incident, not an accident, argues NZ operator

It’s an incident, not an accident, argues NZ operator

Louisa Patterson, owner of NZ operator Over the Top, is at loggerheads with the NZ Civil Aviation Authority, maintaining it was just an “incident” based on CAA’s own guidelines. “As an incident, this will not affect the safety record that Over The Top are so proud of”, she says (see full story)

Source: Mountain Scene, 24-Jan-13

New Zealand helicopter operator recognised for global safety

New Zealand helicopter operator recognised for global safety

Over The Top have received safety award honours from HAI, annually since joining in 1999, this 2010 award being the twelfth year that Over The Top have been awarded this prestigious award. The only New Zealand Company to do so.

Source: InfoNews, 01-Jun-11

Safety Honours For Queenstown Helicopter Company

Over the Top picked up four awards at the recent Aviation Industry Association Conference which also signalled the official launch of the New Zealand Helicopter Association (NZHA).

Source: Scoop, 02-Sep-09